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Old 08-04-2005, 04:30 PM   #1
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Well, We have done quite a bit of looking and debating over the last year or so.

Looks like we may go for a 2006 GulfStream Innsbruck 21MB, which is a clone of the Amerilite.

After looking at Sunlines, Hi-Los, Jaycos, and oh yeah, we DID TRY TO BUY a Rockwood and a Surveyor, (but NEITHER dealer wanted to sell in the end), you may ask, why did you pick a trailer like that?

My logic...

The above named trailers are in the 15K and up range. The Innsbruck/Amerilite 11K range.

Our PUP is paid off.

Pup goes in the garage, TT will have to be stored due to HOA.

We must finance...

The difference in the payment between a Sunline and the Innsbruck pays the storage!

And that is that.

The unit is as plain as they come, but is made well, and I DID look hard, and we are always outside.

In the end, a walk around bed and a real potty is what we need.

After much looking we have decided against a hybrid as I have real issues setting up since the zipper was put in my chest

I would like to hear from some Gulfstream owners and tell me how they like their TT
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Well, We have done quite a bit of looking and debating over the last year or so.

Looks like we may go for a 2006 GulfStream Innsbruck 21MB, which is a clone of the Amerilite.

After looking at Sunlines, Hi-Los, Jaycos, and oh yeah, we DID TRY TO BUY a Rockwood and a Surveyor, (but NEITHER dealer wanted to sell in the end), you may ask, why did you pick a trailer like that?

My logic...

The above named trailers are in the 15K and up range. The Innsbruck/Amerilite 11K range.

Our PUP is paid off.

Pup goes in the garage, TT will have to be stored due to HOA.

We must finance...

The difference in the payment between a Sunline and the Innsbruck pays the storage!

And that is that.

The unit is as plain as they come, but is made well, and I DID look hard, and we are always outside.

In the end, a walk around bed and a real potty is what we need.

After much looking we have decided against a hybrid as I have real issues setting up since the zipper was put in my chest

I would like to hear from some Gulfstream owners and tell me how they like their TT
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Old 08-05-2005, 08:10 AM   #3
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Mike,

About time you & Carol got that new TT.
Rob & I were hoping you'd move over to the
dark side at some point!

Let us know when you get it - so we can set
up a camping date with the three of us families.

Too bad it wasn't an R-vision product-then you'd be an active member on that 'other' forum we're on!

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I'll be danged!! Sounds like your close now, I'll believe it when we're drinking a beer standing next to it at the campground.
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Old 08-09-2005, 02:56 PM   #5
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Well, I hope Rob and Jody have some pretty deep pockets cause it looks like you two may be buyin'

Sunday will tell for sure and I am READY
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